Forget the pop stars, pro athletes and the endless parade of new-school celebrities who are famous for being famous.
Three Alamance County men — two from Burlington, one from Snow Camp — operate sweepstakes places in Gibsonville. Or at least they used to.
State lawmakers will tackle teacher pay, consider tax breaks to lure new industry to North Carolina and take a hard look at building roads and bridges this year.
CHEERS to organizers of Richmond County's Martin Luther King Jr. Day observances, which began Friday with a moonlight gala at downtown Rockingham's Liberty Place.
Undoubtedly you've heard the adage “the pen is mightier than the sword.” Depending on which source you believe, the saying goes back to the 1830s in a play about Cardinal Richelieu or back centuries earlier than that.
All North Carolinians deserve to know when their local governments hold special meetings or plan public hearings. State lawmakers have a unique opportunity this year to preserve that right and save cities and counties some money in the...
When the twin towers burned and went down on 9/11, the most prominent witness was the 151-foot-tall woman who guards New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty.